O, Ladushki

from Lullabies by Stillife

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    Eleven well-known Russian traditional lullabies are retold in an absolutely unrecognizable manner. This album is created upon the basis of classic sound of European neo-folk music and the unique melodism of Stillife. And it definitely won’t let you go from the first guitar chord until the last viola passage. Nice digipack and 16-page booklet with amazing artwork created by Katerina Pushkina.

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lyrics

“Come, little birdies, come and speak,
Were you at Granny's house this week?”
“So we were, today, today,
But now we're back, and here we'll stay.”

“Come, little birdies, come and play,
O, Ladushki, Ladushki, just a little game!”
“You clap your hands, and call your name,
Because now we're back, and here we'll stay.”

“What did you have to eat, to eat?”
“A bowl of porridge and a plate of meat.”

“What did you have to drink, to drink?”
“A pot of tea and a mug of milk.

The porridge was good, and the milk was too,
And Granny was nice, and so were you.
We ate and we drank our fill, and then
Went flying home to Baby again.

On her head we perched, and sang a song —
Tweet-tweet-tweet! — all the morning long.”

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from Lullabies, released December 31, 2012
Music by Konstantin Konstantinov and Stanislav Ivanov.
Lyrics based upon the traditional Russian folk rhymes.
Retold in English by Irina Zheleznova.

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